Niagara Falls CHARTER BUS RENTAL SERVICE
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NIAGARA FALLS CHARTER BUS RENTAL SERVICE
Rent a Charter Bus to Visit Niagara Falls
GoGo Charters offers the best selection of charter buses in the United States. We provide service to 200 cities across the country with access to thousands of buses. For small groups of around 20 people, minibuses are available. Full size buses can accommodate up to 56 people. For larger groups up to 100 people, you can reserve double decker buses. To reserve a charter bus for travel anywhere in the United States and in parts of Canada, call one of our reservation specialists. They are available 24/7 to help you make reservations for your group. We offer the most affordable, competitive rates, and we can provide a bus for your group with as little as two hours notice.
Things To Do at Niagara Falls, Canada
Niagara Falls, the iconic honeymoon spot, is a must see. On the border between the United States and Canada, there are many activities and scenic views available from different locations. Hornblower Niagara Cruises offers a 20 minute 700-passenger catamaran cruise and the private charter Hornblower Guardian, a 150-passenger jet-boat. The two catamarans have tiered decks with a 360∞ unobstructed view and retractable glass nano-walls to keep passengers dry. You will see the American, the Bridal Veil, and Canadian Horseshoe Falls. Tours start every 15 minutes. Hornblower Cruises also offers 40 minute night cruises starting at 8:00 PM with snacks, music, and a bar. The night cruise has views of the skyline and of the colored illuminated American and Horseshoe Falls. The Falls boat tour has existed since 1846. The boarding entrance is located at 5920 River Road (Niagara Parkway). The Journey Behind the Falls is a tour behind the falls. You descend 150' in an elevator and pass through a 150' tunnel to two observation decks behind the falls. The tour lasts 30 to 45 minutes and is located at 6650 Niagara Parkway. Niagara's Fury offers a short cartoon to help children understand how the falls were formed. Then you move into a second room where you are given a poncho because sprays of water are part of the simulation. The second room is a 360∞ theatre with a movable platform floor to simulate the power of the falls. The movie has panoramic views of the falls taken from helicopters. Niagara's Fury is located at 6650 Niagara Parkway. A typical visit is 1.5 hours The Whitewater Walk is a boardwalk along the Niagara River whitewater rapids. The force and the amount of the water coming over the falls and flowing into the narrower Niagara River creates the rapids. Near the falls the speed of the water has been recorded at 109 km/hr. At the wider end, the speed of the water is 40 km/hr. At Whitewater Walk, the speed of the water is 48 km/hr. The river runs on down to the Eddy Basin. Then the river makes a 90∞ turn emptying into St David's Gorge causing the class six Whirlpool Rapids and farther down the class five Devil's Hole Rapids. The Whirlpool Rapids are four kilometers of three to five meter standing waves. Class six rapids are considered unnavigable. From the Whitewater walk, you can also view the colorful rock layers of the Niagara gorge. To get to the boardwalk, you ride down a 70 meter elevator shaft and walk through a 73 meter tunnel. The boardwalk is 305 meters or 1000 feet long and offers two observation areas. The Whitewater Walk is located at 4330 River Road. A typical visit is 25 minutes.
The Whirlpool Aero Car is a 35-passenger cable car that takes you over the whirlpool. The Aero Car has been operational since 1916, and the view is amazing. The Aero Car is located at 3850 Niagara Parkway. A typical visit is 30 minutes. You can also view the falls from the Skylon Tower, the National Helicopters tour, and the Niagara Helicopters tour The Floral Clock, located at 14004 Niagara Parkway, is a working clock with a face created from plants. It was built by Ontario Hydro, the public electric power company. Ontario Hydro still maintains the clock mechanism. The Niagara Parks horticulture department maintains the clock face. The design on the face can contain up to 16,000 carpet bedding plants. It is changed twice a year. In the spring, the face is created with viola. In the summer and autumn, the face is created with Alternanthera and Santolina Sage. Blue Festuca Grass and California Golden Privet supply any needed contrast. The clock has Westminster chimes that play every quarter hour. When the tower behind the clock is open to the public, you can see the clock mechanism and pictures of clock face designs back to the 1950's. The Butterfly Conservatory features over 2,000 butterflies encompassing 45 species in a rainforest setting. The Conservatory includes a pond, a waterfall, and an emergence window where you can watch butterflies exit their pupae and take their first flight. There is a short video presentation, and then you can take a self-guided tour. The Butterfly Conservatory is part of the Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens located at 2565 Niagara Parkway. A typical visit is 1.5 hours. The Niagara Falls Wonder Pass and Adventure Pass are passes that include one-time admission to specific attractions; two-day, unlimited access to the Wego bus system; and discount coupons for dining, shopping, and other attractions. With the Wonder Pass, you get one-time admission to the Journey Behind the Falls, Niagara's Fury, and the Butterfly Conservatory. With the Adventure Pass, you get one-time admission to the Hornblower Niagara Cruise, Journey Behind the Falls, Niagara's Fury, and Whitewater Walk. Besides Wego, the Falls Incline Railway can help you navigate the various attractions. Share this information about the attractions available with your group. Then call Gogo Charters to schedule a bus rental for you group's visit to Niagara Falls in Canada.